We should remember the horror of Karla Homolka’s past

Back in the day, when Karla Homolka was testifying at the murder trial of her former husband Paul Bernardo, I fantasized that if I were independently wealthy, I would spend the rest of my life documenting the rest of hers.

It would be called Karla Watch, and sometimes there’d be nothing to report — just a recent picture of her and maybe a line saying “status quo” — but sometimes, there’d be lots.

It would have been my contribution to reminding people of just what she did, and her sweet plea bargain.

As it turns out, if I was right about nothing else, I was right that people would need reminding.


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